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Posts From Rob Novak

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Tucci marries art and science in honors thesis

When considering honors thesis options Rachel Tucci married her love of science and art. The results are stunning and make a difference for endangered species.

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Tim Weinmann, Warner College of Natural Resources

Outstanding 2017 graduates head to Spring Commencement May 12-14.

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Construction of Smith Natural Resources Building addition kicks off in May

An addition to the Michael Smith Natural Resources Building is coming.

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Studying abroad with the lemurs of Madagascar

Molly Warner, found her way abroad for a semester through a partnership with the School for International Training, an external program offering students study abroad opportunities around the world, while advancing her degree in conservation biology.

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Allyship and Inclusion workshops for grad students

How to develop allies and have inclusive conversations.

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Researching the bison’s return to the prairie

Kate Wilkins from the Warner College of Natural Resources is studying the ecological and social impacts of reintroducing bison in Northern Colorado.

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CEMML bids farewell to Bob Brozka

CEMML’s Bob Brozka retired recently following a 22-year career at CSU.

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Vail Resorts executive joins tourism faculty

Mark Gasta, former executive vice president of Vail Resorts, has joined the faculty of CSU’s Department of Human Dimensions of Natural Resources.

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Cool Earth lava even cooler with Mars connections

Geosciences student Trevor Miller learned what lava flows on Earth teach us about Mars.

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Toward a Natural Forest – Free screening and discussion

Jim Furnish, author and former deputy director of the U.S. Forest Service, will show his film “Seeing the Forest” on Sept. 13 at Avogadro’s Number.

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